Preschool Promise Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to your questions.
You can apply for the current school year at any time on the enrollment portal.
I applied last year, and my child did not get in. Do I need to reapply?
Yes. All previous applicants (including those who are not currently attending) to the Preschool Promise program need to reapply at our enrollment portal.
If eligible, is my child guaranteed a spot?
Applying does not automatically enroll your child or secure a spot. You will be notified when you are eligible to enroll.
What will I need to apply for this PSP program?
There is a three-step application process. When completing the application, you will need to provide proof of residence, income and the child’s birthdate before your application is reviewed for eligibility. Here is an explanation of the documents * that will need to be submitted.
How do I learn more about the Preschool Promise (PSP) Program?
You can learn more here. (send back to PSP homepage) You can also visit the State of Oregon’s Early Learning Division (ELD) website to learn more about the PSP Program: www.oregonearlylearning.com/preschool-promise
Here is a list of commonly asked questions available to print.
I have other questions about Preschool Promise, who should I contact?
Please email the South-Central Early Learning Hub at: SCELpreschoolpromiseEnrollment@douglasesd.k12.or.us or call 541-957-4809.
The Preschool Promise Program is a high-quality, publicly funded, preschool program that serves children ages three (3) and four (4) in families living at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level, children in foster care, and children from other historically underserved populations. The Preschool Promise Program is delivered in a variety of settings including centers, homes, and schools.